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View Resource The Last Total Eclipse of the Millenium

On August 11, 1999, a rare total solar eclipse will cast its shadow across the earth. Part of the rarity of this year's eclipse is the fact that the path of totality (the viewing track of the total eclipse) will cover so much inhabited land. First hitting soil in Cornwall, UK, the moon's umbra (complete shadow) will cut a path relatively close to many major cities of Europe, the Middle East, and...

https://scout.wisc.edu/report/se/1999/0804
View Resource Solar Eclipse: Stories from the Path of Totality

On August 11, a total eclipse of the sun will be visible in parts of Europe and Eurasia. This site will help users in those regions prepare and allow others to learn about eclipses and participate via a live Webcast. Provided by the Exploratorium (last reviewed in the June 18, 1999 Scout Report), this site offers a live Webcast, a large number of resources on where and how to view the eclipse, and...

https://www.exploratorium.edu/eclipse/
View Resource Eclipse 1999

On August 11, a total eclipse of the sun will be visible in parts of Europe and Eurasia. This site will help users in those regions prepare and allow others to learn about eclipses. This BBC site features a location finder, weather information, general eclipse information, important safety tips, feature stories, archived BBC coverage of eclipses dating back to 1954, and related links. For more...

http://news.bbc.co.uk/hi/english/static/sci_tech/specials/ec...
View Resource Eclipse Home Page

Whatever else one might say about the subject, eclipses are events not to be missed. So, if you're tired of missing eclipses because you just aren't sure when they are going to occur, or where, you no longer have such an excuse, as this site lists all eclipses, lunar and solar, past and present, and their ideal viewing locations all over the planet. Sponsored and maintained by NASA's Goddard Space...

https://eclipse.gsfc.nasa.gov/eclipse.html